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Wholesale energy

Qurrent is a Dutch sustainable energy company that doesn’t strive for profit maximization, but for a world in which each of us generates the energy we use. On top of that Qurrent stimulates us to generate our own (sustainable) energy. Because Qurrent is founded for a better environment, it offers green energy for wholesale prices. So, how… More.

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Our new website is live!

We’re proud to introduce our new website, that was smartly designed and built by MediaMonks. It is the fourth major website change, since our launch in 2008. The most important things that have changed this time – apart from a new, state of the art look, of course – are: an updated logo, the menu… More.

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MassiveTalent launches ‘Mood Selector’

The talent scout division of MassiveMusic, Massive Talent, launched a new website together with quite a crafty video showcasing how they work. A website that has been designed by their own A&R Manager and graphic designer Titia van Beckum in collaboration with Daan Spangenberg. The video gives a glimpse into the daily work of MassiveTalent’s Dieuwertje Heuvelings (left in… More.

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IKEA Catalogue 2.0

Interactive TV was once seen as a big promise. The reason; you could watch your favourite soap, and then order the products that were featured in it – soap 2.0, as it were. But it never took off. Because no one wants to watch TV series disguised as commercials. The other way around, however, is… More.

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Random Denim

Amsterdam based Cartelle built a state of the art website around G-Star’s new denim collection. We could explain in great detail how the most random denim products (what’s up with the jeans maker’s obsession with running animals?) fly handsomely through your screen, but you better just experience it. One thing is sure, G-Star understands how… More.

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A sound walk

The last work we featured from Google and 72andSunny was a classic case of storytelling, through a series of films about French people making their dreams come true with Google’s help. Now Google Creative Lab and 72andSunny have taken things one step further; they introduced a Promenade Sonore, a ‘sound walk’ through Marseille, at night. This… More.

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Scary Wars

Now that the G8 (or technically G7) has put Russia in the corner, the Cold War is freezing up again. In the 80s the Cold War was a daily business. The good thing about it was that it made things clear; you had the West and the East. Today the world has become a little… More.

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Ask page 8

Ramin Bahari (art) and Judit Kun (copy) created Page 8. A result of philosophying about where the most inspiring information can be found on Google. Not on page 1. And since hardly anybody looks beyond the first or second page, with this search machine the team wants to encourage people to look beyond the obvious.… More.

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State of the art scrolling

Here’s a website worth sharing. GMC dedicated most of it advertising budget to a site around the new GMC Sierra, which makes it pretty state of the art. You can scroll through the experience with a first person point of view, moving in, around, and even beyond the car, showing all the special features, such… More.

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Life-size Leo

Leo is a life-size avatar of Lionel Messi – created by Wieden+Kennedy for FIFA 14 – with which you can interact on a dedicated website. That is, if you have super fast internet and a powerful computer, cause at the AAB head offices (where we have pretty high computing standards) discovering Messi was a faltering… More.

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